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Violence, Nonviolent Action, and Social Reaction: A Nonviolent Amazon Perspective

in Essay/Featured/History/Opinion/Politics

In a TransAdvocate article entitled “On the Ethics and Utility of Violence,” an anonymous contributor makes the case for such violent acts as punching Richard Spencer, a white supremacist who has invoked Nazi slogans, in the middle of an interview while he was assaulting no one and posed no physical threat to anyone. Far from…

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Help the trans community overcome Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey!

in Cristan Williams/Events/Featured

Help the Gulf Coast trans community affected by Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey:     The Texas Gulf Coast trans community is facing a catastrophic and ongoing natural disaster resulting from Hurricane Harvey which made landfall as a category 4 hurricane, becoming a massive and slow-moving tropical storm resulting in historic-levels of flooding. Numerous members of the trans…

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Is Sadism Popular With TERFs? A Chat With An Ex-Gendercrit

in Featured/Interview/Rani Baker

BY Rani Baker @destroyed4com4t Let’s get this out of the way: deep down, I believe everyone is earnestly trying to do things that are right and protect things that they value. I mean, I kinda have to believe this on some level to keep functioning. I don’t subscribe to the idea of good and evil or…

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The New York Magazine lies to parents about trans children

in Fact Checking/Featured/Kelley Winters/Slider

By Kelly Winters, PhD Jesse Singal, the Senior Editor at nymag.com, has enlisted his New York Magazine blog to promote the widely publicized presumption that painful distress with birth-assigned sex and gender are just a phase for the great majority of children who suffer it: While the actual percentages vary from study to study, overall, it…

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The media is lying about why NC is being sued

in Cristan Williams/Fact Checking/Featured

By Cristan Williams @cristanwilliams Almost without exception, all news stories covering the US Attorney General’s suit against North Carolina omits the rather significant fact that when North Carolina took federal money tied to the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Title IX, they signed a contract with the federal government explicitly agreeing to not discriminate…

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What the US Attorney General actually said about trans people & fighting NC in court

in Cristan Williams/Fact Checking/Featured

On Monday, May 9th, the United States Attorney General, Loretta Lynch came out swinging against North Carolina’s commitment to discriminating against trans people. The speech that AG Lynch gave is incredibly striking and stands as a singular moment in the history of trans advocacy. While numerous sites will pair soundbites with their own commentary and others…

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